Can you believe were up to Issue 13? I’m amazed at the content submitted by readers each issue. It’s exciting to see the diversity of submissions. If you have not submitted content to this webzine consider doing so for the next Issue. We’d love to hear from you.
This issue I’d like to announce a new development in our group. On the cover you will notice a “DwD Studios” logo. Bill and I would draw your attention to the announcement on page 50.
On the cover: Jim Burns is a Welsh artist who won three Hugo awards for best professional artist. His works include numerous cover arts of the sci-fi genera. Today Jim works as a contemporary British science fiction illustrator for Arena.
- Ablative Damage Interview
- New pieces of gear
- Remastered PC Race
The Truth about the Great War
- Frontier History
Volturnus Desert Encounter
- A downed Thruster class privateer
- Labor saving creatures
Interview: Jen Page
- An Interview with Project: London’s Jen Page
Knight Hawk Ships
- Corsair Container for TT-456 Container Ship
- Christianna Class Torpedo Frigate
- Junk Ship
- Learn to roleplay a robot PC!
- Welcome to Ora and Qunitus Station
- Staff announcement
If you like this - please join the Star Frontiers revival community development site over at www.starfrontiers.us, or consider submitting content to www.starfrontiersman.com.
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